Apprenticeships and NTDC Partner Affiliates

The NTDC’s Partners are involved in offering different levels of apprenticeships. You can find a range of information below.

Manchester Metropolitan to host series of events celebrating the positive impact of degree apprenticeships.
The University of York have over 30 years of supporting local, regional and national workforce development.
Newcastle University Degree Apprenticeships are a great way of helping you develop the skilled workforce your business needs.
The University of Reading have set out a guidance document for Schools about their degree apprenticeships.
De Montfort University (DMU) offers Higher and Degree Apprenticeships, bringing together the best of university-based professional and technical education.
Coventry University have provided some information on the benefits of an apprenticeships.
The University of Birmingham Apprenticeship Scheme offers individuals an outstanding opportunity to earn while they learn in a world leading academic and research institution.
The University of Manchester highlight their ‘technician specific’ apprenticeships.
Queen’s University Belfast offer a degree programme designed to equip individuals with practical skills required to design, develop and deploy large software systems.
The University of Kent’s Centre for Higher and Degree Apprenticeships has been described as a ‘Good Provider’ of Higher Apprenticeships by Ofsted.
Imperial College London offers apprenticeships designed to train the future technicians who go on to work in world-class workshops and laboratories, contributing to research and teaching.
The University of Sussex offer an opportunity for individuals to learn and grow career potential through their apprenticeship scheme.
Edinburgh Napier University offers first CIAT accredited apprenticeship.
Sheffield Hallam University degree apprenticeships allow the opportunity to study for a degree or masters while applying your learning to real-world projects in the workplace.
The University of Leeds offers businesses to work with them, to shape the course for employees to address the organisation’s needs.
University of Central Lancashire degree apprentice Lucy, explains what it’s like to study the apprenticeship programme.
University of Southampton researchers have helped improve the quality of apprenticeships across the country and has informed vocational and education training policy at the highest level.
The University of Bradford offer to increase an individuals productivity and performance by attracting and developing the very best talent.
The University of Derby are hosting a variety of webinars for 2021 Apprenticeship Week #NAW2021.
Western Sydney University offer a look at Australian apprenticeships along with the benefits and support.